Anjar Priandoyo

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How MLP solved a problem

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I found three paper, that using structured interview 18,40,50 persons. That they found that the problem in the energy transition in Indonesia, Malaysia and UK as follows.

A Struggle of Multi-level Governance: Promoting Renewable Energy in Indonesia (Marquardt, 2014)

  • Weak local capacity
  • Lack of awareness for national intentions on subnational levels and vice versa
  • Missing consultation during policy formulation are major obstacles for renewables support in Indonesia

Sustainable energy transitions in emerging economies: The formation of a palm oil biomass waste-to-energy niche in Malaysia 1990–2011 (Hansen & Nygaard, 2014)

Limiting factors for niche development:

  • Reluctant implementation of energy policy
  • Limited network formation;
  • Rise in biomass resource prices;
  • Negative results at the niche level

Enabling factors:

  • Increasing oil prices
  • Donor interventions
  • Environmental pressure on the palm oil industry
  • Waste disposal problem in the palm oil industry

Local authorities as niche actors: the case of energy governance in the UK (Fudge et al, 2016)

Main problems for local authorities in influencing the energy agenda in a more significant way, relates to a lack of clarity over whether they are now seen as ‘doers’ or ‘enablers’ in energy. It was pointed out that, traditionally, the role of local government in energy has been structured around enabling and providing services rather than leading on the development and delivery of energy policy

Socio-technical analysis of the electricity sector of Mexico: Its historical evolution and implications for a transition towards low-carbon development (Jano-Ito, 2016)
The MLP analysis can be used to define the implications (Socio-transition pathways) which led to scenario development.


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Mei 10, 2016 pada 12:35 pm

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